World AIDS Day: Where Do Blacks Stand?

CDC director urges community participation in prevention

AIDS Day.

Educate staff about HIV/AIDS.

Develop HIV/AIDS policies for the workplace.

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Key Resources from CDC

HIVtest.org

AIDS.gov

World AIDS Campaign

World AIDS Day (Department of Health & Human Services)

CDC HIV Testing Database — Locate an HIV testing site near you

CDC HIV / AIDS — CDC’s Web site for HIV/AIDS in the United States

CDC Global HIV/AIDS — CDC’s Global AIDS Program

CDC National Prevention Information Network — Reference, referral, and distribution service for information on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, and tuberculosis

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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  • Tomorrow Mills

    I recommend the best prevention is to stay clear of organizations anxious to put a needle in your arm to test to see if you have AIDS. Especially if you are black.
    I honestly feel Black people are a little naive to the fact we are in white america and although we all are the same they don’t think so. SO WAKE UP BLACK AMERICA.
    GOD BLESS THEM ALL. CAN’T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG.